- The question is, why do we get dandruff? Let’s understand how this happens to everyone. Most people experience dandruff at some point in their lives, but it is more common from the teenage years up to midlife.
- Dandruff is a common condition that causes the skin on the scalp to flake. It isn’t contagious or severe. But it can be embarrassing and difficult to treat.
- Mild dandruff can be treated with a gentle daily shampoo. If that doesn’t work, a medicated shampoo may help, and symptoms may return later.
Dandruff is a mild form of seborrheic dermatitis. Dandruff signs and symptoms may include:
- Skin flakes on your scalp, hair, eyebrows, beard or mustache, and shoulders
- Itchy scalp
- Scaly, crusty scalp in infants with cradle cap
- The signs and symptoms may be more severe if you are stressed, and they tend to flare in cold, dry seasons.
Causes of dandruff:
- Dandruff may have several reasons, including:
- Irritated, oily skin
- Dry skin
- A yeastlike fungus (Malassezia) that feeds on oils on the scalps of most adults
- Sensitivity to hair care products (contact dermatitis)
- Other skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema
Scalp Purifying Regimen
- This 6-step treatment combination, blended with the natural extracts of aloe vera and eucalyptus oil, purifies and cleanses oily scalps, removes the scale of dead cells, and restores hair lacking in shine and vitality.
- It revives the strength of dull and damaged cuticles while sealing the moisture, leaving it replenished and smooth.
- Revives dead and damaged cuticles
- Seal the moisture to revitalize hair
- Keeps scalp’s biome balanced
- Energizes the scalp and improves tissue regeneration
- We suggest specific shampoos and a conditioner according to their type of dandruff and severity.
- The number of sessions depends on the progression of the treatment. Also, prescribe some topical antifungal or medicated applications if required.
- 6 step routine to cleanse and calm irritated scalp: Concoction Propolis